Let's face it, nobody goes to the football to watch a well-time spoil or teams chipping around in the back half.

No, it's the game's spearheads that have always had the turnstiles ticking, with names like Lockett, Dunstall, Ablett, Modra, Lloyd and Carey sending crowds into raptures.

In recent times, the ilk of Franklin, Roughead, Hawkins, Curnow and a pair of Riewoldts have taken the baton and run, each making a name for splitting the big sticks on a regular basis.

But while Curnow took home his second Coleman after booting 78 goals during the home and away season, the big Blue's conversation rate did not lead the league.

In fact, the 26-year-old is converting at a career rate of 63 per cent entering the finals, a figure south of the league's sharpest shooters.

In reverse order, here are the eight most accurate goalkickers currently plying their trade in the AFL.

DISCLAIMER: Only players who had taken 50 or more shots in official AFL games were considered. 

2. Jye Amiss

Career scores - 45.18
Accuracy -  71.43%

Despite having just 25 AFL games under his belt, Amiss currently boasts the ninth-best conversion rate in competition history.

It may seem a heavy weight for a 20-year-old to bear, but the Dockers appear to finally have their hands on a suitable successor to Matthew Pavlich.